Originally Posted by AustinChief
There still is the sticky problem of no climate model EVER being historically accurate without changing the model to fit the data after the fact.
As long as it is non-predictive it isn't reliable science. Well, it may be, but we certainly have nothing solid to base that OPINION on.
Readers digest version:
Note these predictions were made in 1988 and model sophistication and computational power have increased several fold since then. This isn't the last word on climate model validation but to claim that the models don't have any predictive skill is not congruent with peer reviewed literature.